Christmas Tree Made Of Recycled Chevy Volt Parts Is Powered By An EV
Set designer Gary Card has created a robotic-looking festive emblem at The King's Cross Filling Station in London.
Set designer and illustrator Gary Card has created a Christmas tree made of recycled Vauxhall Ampera (a re-branded Chevy Volt in the UK) parts and powered by the electric vehicle itself. Engadget reports that Card was commissioned by General Motors’ British subsidiary Vauxhall to design the ‘Electric Christmas’ tree and it will be on show at The King’s Cross Filling Station in London until January 6th. The giant tree will be a nightly spectacle throughout the festive period, opening its leaves to reveal the gleaming engine-like structure within. Gary Card said:
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